If you are seeing BLUE in your region in the map above, then you will get the Broncos-Browns game on your local CBS affiliate. The game will not be broadcast in Alaska and Hawaii this week, so sorry for all your Broncos fans out there. Kevin Harlan will call the game with Rich Gannon as the analyst and Jay Feely doing the sideline reporting.
The Denver Broncos (2-6) lost another close game that featured some questionable officiating in the final minutes that, predictably, did not benefit Denver. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns (2-5) also haven’t had a good go at it to start the season. Coming out of the Bye Week, they will be looking to get back on track.
It’ll be Brandon Allen in at quarterback for the Broncos, but there are a few things Head Coach Vic Fangio has seen that he likes.
“He’s got a nice release,” Fangio said. “I think he’s got better arm strength than people will give him credit for initially looking at him. I think he’s got a good feel for the game. I don’t think the game will be too big for him. I think he’s got a chance to go out there and perform well. He hasn’t taken a snap in an NFL regular season game, but has had some in preseason, played a lot in college and I think he’ll do fine.”
We’ll see if he does fine on Sunday. Kickoff is set for Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 2:25 p.m. Mile High time at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.